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Posted on: March 9, 2021

[ARCHIVED] COVID-19 Vaccination Update

Covid Vaccination

DuPage Immediate Care is accepting appointments for COVID-19 Vaccinations.  Please visit to make an appointment.  In addition, all individuals who live or work in DuPage County are welcome to register for vaccine at It is important to note that DuPage County will not be expanding to the Phase 1b Plus group that includes individuals ages 16–64 years with co-morbidities and underlying conditions, as well as individuals with disabilities until vaccine supply significantly increases, demand in the current group declines, or a significant proportion of the current group is vaccinated.

Based upon national reports and trends shared from IDPH, DCHD expects the vaccine supply will increase over the next few weeks, and additional new first dose appointments will become more accessible in March. Residents who are eligible in Phase 1a or 1b and are interested in receiving vaccine should register on DCHD’s website at, or call (630) 682-7400 if assistance is needed with registration (i.e., no internet or computer access, language assistance, or have questions). Also, they should contact their primary care doctor or local retail pharmacy for appointment availability and explore additional opportunities through other vaccine providers in the area. For a list of available locations compiled by the Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH), visit

Individuals who have registered with DCHD will receive weekly updates on the progress of our vaccination efforts. Once it is their turn, they will receive a link to schedule their appointment with DCHD or another healthcare provider. While individuals wait their turn, they may also contact their healthcare provider and private pharmacies for earlier appointment opportunities.

As residents wait for vaccine to be available to them, the Health Department urges everyone to do their part in preventing the spread of COVID-19 including the new variants by wearing face masks, physical distancing, avoiding in-person gatherings, washing their hands, and isolating or quarantining when necessary. Everyone, including those who have been vaccinated, should continue using these measures to help end this pandemic as we learn more about how COVID-19 vaccines work in real-world conditions.

Additional COVID-19 vaccine information about County efforts, frequently asked questions, vaccination data, and more is available at For general questions about COVID-19 and Illinois’ response and guidance, call 1-800-889-3931 or email DPH.SICK@ILLINOIS.GOV.

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